I remember when I was in college my buddies would all chip in and buy a case or two of the cheapest
2) [or corollary to 1) above] Whiskey should be old enough to drive....or at least old enough to reach the pedals.
Anything younger than 12 years should really come with a chaperon in the form of a mixer of some flavor. 12 to 15 years old can be allowed some latitude but should generally require a curfew that ends at the same time happy hour does. Anything older than 15 should be savored without anymore distraction than maybe a large ice cube.
3) Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty.
Hard work never hurt noboby, and you wash.
4) "You are not what you think you are. What you think, you are."
I heard this in a sermon recently, and it's true.
5) Make plans to do stuff. It's important to have things to look forward to.
It doesn't have to be elaborate. It doesn't have to be expensive. It can be anything as long as it is something.
6) Every safety rule is written in blood.
Corollary - Behind every warning label is an idiot with a lawsuit.
Go read the Darwin Awards if you need proof.